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is the perfect film overall. even if you know the ending, director ben affleck was so brilliant with the story telling that he can make you guess what is going to happen. that airport scene at the end, have you seen argo? >> no, i haven't. >> that scene was smooth as silk in real life according to real life cia agent tony mendez. but ben affleck added in the fictional hollywood elements but it blended so well and it was so engaging, i mean ben affleck fork saw gone, baby gone, that is the best thing he hfer directed. this is such a perfect fill name story environment. i love the story and through the power of cinema, we can learn about these amazing stories. i knew nothing about this story. >> number four? >> this is zero dark thirty. i can't officially review this film until january 11th. this and argo will be nominated for best picture and best director. director. this is about the search for osama bin laden. it is such an emotionally gripping film but the key here is the performance from jessica chastain. a lot of controversy right now. senator john mccain came out and said the torture scen
part of the real estate market is being fuelled by foreign buyers with deep pockets. ben tracy reports it's not the only thing they're buying. >> this is when all the -- >> scott meadows runs silenus vineyards in napa valley, and there's a good reason he put the american bald eagle on the bottle. >> it seems nationalistic. >> it does, doesn't it? >> that was a specific request for china. china is looking to bring parts of america to china. >> reporter: in 2010 this vineyard was for sale. chinese investors bought, it and now 90% of the wine from here, that's 9,000 cases, is shipped to china. >> what does a chinese company want with a vineyard in mappa valley? >> there's a big demand for luxury goods and goods that are scaries and well made. rather than buying chinese-made products and sending money over there, they're buying american-made products and sending their money back over here. >> the jobs stay here? >> the jobs stay here. >> reporter: chinese firms flush with cash have invested $16.4 billion in the u.s. in the past decade. $1.3 billion in california companies. a record $560 mi
to disarm. ben sosenko on the night of violence that forced the cancellation of the midnight fireworks show. >> that's the type of person he was. >> reporter: now on a day for celebration, friends are mourning the loss of dan ferrier. >> outstanding person. a heart of gold. he is one of those type of people he would take the shirt off his back and give it to somebody who needed it more. >> reporter: police say dan was trying to break up a fight inside the sports corner cafe when a gunman opened fire hitting and killing dan and another man. another woman was shot. she is expected to survive. >> they had a phone call that dan had been shot and killed. and it was just -- it hit us like a ton of bricks. >> reporter: police say a security guard fired shots at the gunman who returned fire. both were hit before police captured the suspect. both men were taken to the hospital with nonlife- threatening injuries. now dan's friends are mourning the loss of a man who put his life on the line to save others. one friend says dan saved his life when he fell into a fire pit. >> i slipped and fell when i wa
uno. nos siga benned daoendz y mi familia, por la familia de mis amigos, por mis amigos. >>> en la catedral nacional de washington, hubo una exposición especial que le tocó el corazón a muchos 20 angelitos de plumas blancas y alambres de oro hicieron honor a los 20 niños que murieron en la matanza de connecticut. >>> en nuestro sermón de hoy mencionamos la irme poro tanz de restaurar el valor de la vida si queremos que un país esté encarrilado debemos enseñar a los niños y jóvenes que la vida es valiosa y que hay que respetarla, indicó. más de uno pidió por la paz y el fin de la violencia en el país. >>> que haya paz mo tos rezaron un aproximado de 800 personas que recibieron comida y mucho cariño. estancan tachbd y recibiendo a la gente que esta qué y ya sea porque no tienen comidas o están solos. una señora me contó que acaba venir al país. entonces, me senté con ella y le hice compañía para que por lo menos tuviera a alguien con quien comer. >>> la tradición en la basílica del santuario nacional de la inmaculada concepción nos hemos reunido con gente im
of thousands celebrated at the eiffel tower. while in london, big ben rang out the old and rang in the new. and the tradition continued in the big apple. tens of thousands crammed into times square to officially welcome 2013. kirk gregory, nbc news. >> beautiful kisses to start the new year. >>> on the first day of the new year, more than 400 new laws go into effect around the country. here are just a few. in maryland, same-sex couples now have the right to marry. and the wedding ceremonies started just after midnight in baltimore. california and illinois have both banned employers from forcing their workers or job applicants to hand over passwords from their personal facebook or twitter accounts. california's also outlawed using hounds to hunt bobcats or bears after lawmakers decided it's not a fair fight. in florida, flash away. police can no longer give tickets to drivers who flash their headlights to let fellow motorists know there's a speed trap ahead. >>> here's your new year's day look at this morning's dish of scrambled politics. former utah governor and republican president jon hu
. tens of thousands celebrated at the eiffel tower. big ben rang out the old and rang and the new. the tradition continued in the big apple. tens of thousands welcomed 2013. kurt gregory, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a lot of fun around the world. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. what are your resolutions for 2013? you can share your response at wbaltv.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> 35 degrees at the airport. when you can see the rose parade. >> good news regarding hillary clinton. >> this is the beltway at baltimore national pike. there is a car right there. >> welcome back to 11 news today. 5:10. 42 degrees downtown. we have some clouds in place. people did not have to worry about bring to many heavy jackets. 38 in westminster. 34 in gaithersburg. many areas are starting off above the freezing mark. some sprinkles are starting to develop -- are trying to develop along the eastern shore. we are looking for a fairly dry pattern. details on this and a quiet first week of 2013. stay tuned. say they are confident that th
. in london, big ben rang out the old and brought in the new. and the tradition continued in the big apple, tens of thousands, crammed into times square to official with welcome 2013. kurt gregory, nbc news. >> how can you top the kiss at the eiffel tower. >>> 400 new laws go in effect. in maryland, same-sex couples have the right to marry. and the wedding ceremonies started just after midnight. california has banned their workers from forcing their workers and job applicants to hand over passwords to facebook and twitter accounts. >> and lawmakers decided it's not a fair fight. >>> and florida, police can no longer give tickets to drivers who flash their headlights to let fellow motorists know there's a speed trap ahead. i think we've all done that. now for the forecast on the first day of this new year. as you wake up this morning, maybe you're just heading home, we are going to watch some rain in the southeast. overall, it's a quiet start to the new year. kind of how we like it. it was bitterly cold, minneapolis, chicago, temperatures have been falling all through wisconsin. a lot of co
ben tracy has more. >> this is the busy time of year. >> absolutely. this is when all the games come in. >> reporter: scott meadows runs salinas vineyards in california's napa valley and there's a good reason he put that american bald eagle on the bottle. seems kind of nationalistic. >> that was a specific from our chinese owners. china overall is looking to bring parts of america to china. >> reporter: in 2010, this vineyard was up for sale. chinese investors bought it and now 90% of the wine from here that's 9,000 cases -- is shipped to china. what does a chinese company want with a vineyard in napa valley? >> there's a big demand in china for luxury goods for goods that are scarce and for goods that are well made. so rather than buying chinese- made products and spending our money over there, they're buying american made products and sending their money back over here. >> reporter: on the jobs stay here? >> and the jobs stay here. >> reporter: rich chinese firms have investigated billions in the u.s. 1.3billion in california companies. a reported $560 million invested in the past
left in 2012. >> yeah. let's break it all down and bring in ben willis here with us on set. ben, we could talk about lots of things. what are traders saying? >> already have. >> what's the buzz on the floor today? today everybody is talking about home so this holiday week, a slow week, another wasted clean shirt and bus fare. >> how are you trieding right now? >> the flow that you've seen trying to deflect the market, only a corner thumbprint to look at. energies right now are a plus side area and the negative side, you're seeing the consumer stocks under pressure because of the microsoft story and you and i have been of the same find on the fiscal climbed. you like this market, but we are getting close to the deadline. does it matter if we go past anyone? >> i think the market is saying we don't lead a lot mar. the market still expects that a deal will be done so that we'll get a patch, so to speak. this has been a good week. 80% of time this week is generally to the plus side. >> you'd still buy the dips here? >> yes. many shows have been on cnbc sending their own personal message
and ways to connect. philadelphia. fireworks exploded over the delaware river... with the ben franklin bridg the backdrop. the city >>> that's what new year's looked like in philadelphia. fireworks exploded over the delaware river with the ben franklin bridge as the backdrop. the city had two displays one at 6 p.m. geared toward family and then of course the one add mitt night. >>> today's entertainment comes from a little football and a thing called the annual rose parade. >> cbs reporter louisa hodge is live in pasadena with fans out there. they are bringing in blankets and fire pits. looks like fun. >> reporter: the parade starts at 8:00 but 42 floats are lined up here. this is sort of the event before the event if you will. check the crowds. thousands of people came out this morning at the crack of down just to take a look at all of these floats up close and personal. you can see the detail on some of these floats. the judges announced the winners. the coveted sweepstakes trophy went to dole with fiesta parade floats but a san francisco- based company or oakland-based company, i sh
but taking, getting rid of unemployment ben filths, talk about the price of milk going up and other things like that, that will have a huge impact on the working class, people that don't have savings dealing with losing $3,400 and can't deal with that at all and that's going to have ripple effects on other things, other industries. talk about those sort of people being affected and the effect that will have. >> i mean, the unemployed, right, they feel the pain more. and even with the payroll tax and other taxes, it's the, you know, the absolute number is highest at the top 1% or top fifth but as a percentage of income, felt more in the middle and lower income classes so unemployment is a terrible thing if it happens because as you know unemployment, i mean, sort of like a vicious cycle. the longer you are in it, the longer you are likely to stay it and the benefits are needed you could argue more than anything else and the rate coming down but, you know, if this goes on, i mean, we might see it go back up again. that's a critical thing. >> leigh, it's nice to see a woman there. >> absolute
to -- thank you very much. i'd like to invite ben santer up here to present the award to dr. hansen. ben is a member of the jury and a climate scientist in his own right at lawrence livermore lab. >> jim, you and steve were pioneers of the frontiers of climate science, exploring the role of the oceans in climate change, the role of clouds, the role of aerosol particles, and i could spend a lot of time recounting your scientific contributions. i won't -- i just wanna tell you one very brief story. back in 1988, i was doing my postdoc in hamburg, you testified in front of congress. you said, we see the signal emerging from the noise. that had huge influence on me and on hundreds, thousands of my colleagues. the idea that we could see some coherent human-caused warming signal emerging from the year- to-year or decade-to-decade noise of natural climate variability, it certainly had a discernable influence on my career and on the science i chose to do. germans have a word, zivilcourage, there's not really an english translation for it. and what it means as best as i can translate it is, indiv
, ben. >> all of the participants at this meeting left without a word. i don't think we will hear from them the rest of the day. there is a great deal at stake and very little time left. it has been reported that president obama presented a plan to increase taxes on income over a quarter million dollars per year, as part of the deficit reduction plan to deal with american debt. he would probably say to the congressional leaders that need to figure out a way to get it through, but i think the expectations in washington of a deal are low with only three, four days left until the new year and the media tax hikes and spending cuts taking and -- kicking in. >> that means perhaps heading back into recession? >> yes there is little doubt in washington about the seriousness of the sick jubilation. the problem is withdrawing government demand from the economy too big spending programs cuts with a smothering effect on the tax hikes will have been very damaging effect on the was economy and by extension the world economy. people know it is serious, but the politics, we know that the house and sen
is trying to explain the mummers parade, but i'm lost. >>> let's talk about london. big ben, you know what that is? that's the big clock. fireworks lit up the sky and blazing rockets launched from the banks of the thames. >> and the pope said despite all the death and injustice in the word, goodness would prevail. he appeared tired during the service. the pope endured a major betrayal last year after it was revealed that his butler stole personal papers and leaked them to a journalist. >> can't make that up. >>> now that 2012 is gone, there are words and phrases that should go with it. >> scholars at lake superior university decided there are about 12 of those words and phrases that need to be put out to pasture. on the list, yolo, which means you only live once. fiscal cliff. just go away. superfood, all had enough of it. >> everything seems to be a superfood these days. trending, because it's not anymore. and bucket list, because the things on it tend to be less exciting than they used to be. >> i'm xwlad to see yolo. yolo and fiscal cliff. >> what's trending right now? >> are these tren
here, ben. it's a very challenging time for so many folks. if you look at the u.s. sense success, 49 million americans are poor. 1 out of 6 american here. does this plan help or increase the burden on people who are not doing well and particularly within the african-american community? >> you know, one of the key things here that is very important is that we extended unemployment insurance for the lo long-term unemployed. that's important because 2 million people in our country every day beating the pavement trying to find a job. in our community, in the black community, the average length of unemployment is 27 weeks. that's exactly as long as it takes to qualify as being long-term unemployed. it's a week past six months. so for the average black person, long-term unemployment insurance is critical. for our communities it's critical, because every dollar that an unemployed person receives they can spend. they spend is very closely to where they live. that was critical, and i think frankly we saw it as one of the most critical things. >> and, ben, talk a little bit about the expectati
and the world's tallest building. byi big ben struck 12 in england as well. next to iran where military drills continue for a fourth straight day. iranian officials say their military tests fired a range of weapons yesterday including the new air defense system seen here. a scary scene in brazil rescue crashes right into the water. this is in rio de janeiro. they managed to make it out okay the swimmer was also saved a surfer. >> wow. >> oo in with the new year out with the old in the big apple. look at times square with the clean upfrom last night's new year's eve if he is tiffities is still underway. 2,000 pounds of confetti blew through the air after the ball dropped that means a good party but a lot of sweeping up to do. >> a look at how crews will tackle the cleanup. >>> good morning to you. these workers are unbelievable. i want them to come clean my apartment. you would barely know there was a party here last night. cleanup is well underway. many of the streets look very spiffy even a few hours after the huge party. it was a party that went off without a hitch. performances by taylor sw
and find a relief for whatever pressures they. >> have ben smith said he had friends for a d.u.i. arrest. >> i'm hearing different numbers. last time i had a buddy it was $6,000. i've heard $10,000. >> businesses like pier 15 restaurant and bars say they will call a cab or drive a customer home themselves. it's worth it both for patron and customer. >> we do care about our customers. >> they are offering water in between drinks. >> this new year's eve she is avoiding the drive altogether. >> on new year's eve we are going to have a party and spending the night there. >> a local law firm will provide free cab service in san francisco on new year's eve and bart will have extended service until 3:00 a.m. reporting in san rafael, i'm alan wang, "abc 7 news". >> terry: giant's ballpark are all decked out between the navy and arizona state. sergio quintana says everyone is high spirits for the game and its bringing a boost for the local economy. ♪ >> in the spirit of the match-up between the navy and arizona sun devils are here. >> i'm from chicago, is there. >> phoenix. >> he and his wife a
. the drilling boom in colorado it's leaving towns flush with cash but what is it leaving behind? ben tracy is there. and dean reynolds on the men who create some of the most precious gifts. all retirees? >> all retirees. and they all get paid the same. >> reporter: nothing. >> nothing. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> glor: good evening, everyone.
: is there any possibility ben bernanke and tim geithner could both be replaced? from what i have read, they both have a background or some dealings with the basics and will street. my impression is they are in bed with big banks in wall street and favor them. their policies have always favored those guys. that may be part of the reason they were never held accountable for the things that happened five in 2008. guest: there is no doubt they did work together on the tarp legislation during the financial collapse of late 2008. ben bernanke was the chairman of the federal reserve. tim geithner it was the head of the federal reserve. i cannot remember whether ben bernanke's term is coming up in 2014. there is talk that tim geithner may be the next fed chair. it is quite likely we will have a new fed chair some time during obama's second term. host: when you say chatter, is this the white house getting that out to reporters? guest: like wall street, people talk. if ben bernanke were to leave the fed, tim geithner would be a natural candidate. it would be natural he would be considered. whether he woul
such conversations we're having with retiring members. jonas freight sit down with ben nelson -- join us for a sit down with ben nelson. he helped forge a domination. that is 8:00 p.m. eastern here on c-span. interviews with two retired house members. first jerry lewis and later, a conversation with california lynn woolsey. the epa administrator has announced her decision to resign her posts in january. the chief environmental watchdog is stepping down after a nearly four this year tenure , new controls on coal-fired plants. jackson found herself caught between administration pledges to solve controversial problems and steady resistant from groups that complaint the rules destroy jobs and make it harder for american companies to compete internationally. that is from the ap. steny hoyer will talk about the looming fiscal cliff during a briefing later today. that will be about 2:15 eastern and we'll have that life for you here on c-span. kent conrad is retiring after 26 years in office. he talked about partisanship in the senate and his time working on economic issues including his time on the bowle
ben bernanke -- about moderation. but when the global minotaur was mortally wounded, it left the global economy in disarray. it has put the world in permanent crisis. the minotaur was slain by a brave warrior named theseus. its death ushered a new era of tragedy, history, philosophy. our very own global minotaur died as the victim of wall street bankers. what will its demise bring? should be hope for a new era in which wealth does not require poverty? will be develop a system where no longer will abstract power waned while others get stronger? the global minotaur will be remembered as a remarkable piece to whose rain created and destroyed the illusion that the global economy was stable. thank you. [applause] right. questions? i think i am going to moderate myself. ok, you have to line up. this is the way you do it here, isn't it? >> that is a brilliant vision of where we have been. can you elaborate a little bit more on where you see us going? >> very briefly, i think that we are in a state of sustained bewilderment. because, let's face it. in the 1930's, the new deal, despit
interviews with retiring members of congress. at 8:00 p.m. easter, senator ben nelson of nebraska talks about his two terms and his time as a member of the gang of six. then at 8:40, represented jerry lewis of california on his 17 terms in congress. that is followed at 9:15 with representative lynn woolsey on her anti-war work. that is thursday at 8:00 p.m. eastern, here on c-span. >> tonight, a discussion on corporations in pursuit of high stock values. then a group economist explains why he believes the u.s. is responsible for the global financial crisis. later, interviews with retiring members of congress. on tomorrow morning's washington journal, we are asking business owners to call in and talk about the fiscal cliff and their plans for next year. then we will continue with the forecast for the coming years housing market. that is all about more discussion of the fiscal cliff negotiations as congress returns to washington. we will be joined by steve forbes. later, discussion on background checks, how they work, who gets them, and when they are required. our guest is matt bennett. "washin
with flying colors, and the cue tests. >>> welcome back. here's one factor you might not expect. as ben tracey reports, investors from china are putting billions of dollars into american business to meet the increasing chinese demand for u.s. products. >> reporter: scott meadows runs ss silenus vineyards in california. there's a reason he put the bald eagle on the bottle. >> that was a specific request from the owners in china. >> reporter: chinese investors bought it and now 90% of the wine from here that's 9,000 cases, is shipped to china. what does the chinese want with a vineyard in nappa valley. >> there's a big demand for goods that are scarce. they're buying american-made products and sending their money back over here. >> reporter: and the jobs stay here. >> and the jobs stay here. >> reporter: they have invested $16.4 billion in the u.s. in the past decade. $1.3 billion in california companies, a record $560 million in just the past year. the chinese are also boosting the golden state's housing recovery. they've bought one out of every ten homes sold in t
. as ben tracey reports, investors from china are putting billions of dollars into american business to meet the increasing chinese demand for u.s. products. >> reporter: scott meadows runs silenus vineyards in california. there's a reason he put the bald eagle on the bottle. >> that was a specific request from the owners in china. >> reporter: chinese investors bought it and now 90% of the wine from here, that's 9,000 cases, is shipped to china. what does the chinese want with a vineyard in nappa valley. >> there's a big demand for goods that are scarce. they're buying american-made products and sending their money back over here. >> reporter: and the jobs stay here. >> and the jobs stay here. >> reporter: they have invested $16.4 billion in the u.s. in the past decade. $1.3 billion in california companies, a record $560 million in just the past year. the chinese are also boosting the golden state's housing recovery. they've bought one out of every ten homes sold in the past year. >> compared to the high end housing like in beijing, this is not that expensive. >> reporter: di mi neb
was not cool on the skis. tough talk. here i am with ben willis, and we talked about the market, but the number one question, what's everybody saying about the fiscal cliff? >> new year's resolution is never to have to say those words again. >> oh, come on, what do people think? what's the reaction in the market? >> traders are tired of the hold. what you are witnessing now is political theater. the president getting on the plane, coming home early, on and on, just get it over with. that's what you are elected to do. just do your job. we're tired of it. >> pushed back into january? >> may have patch work done causing a resolution, but the market continues to say we believe it's going to happen because the fact of the matter is if it doesn't happen, the market turns ugly really fast. >> all right. there's obviously the belief something's got to happen but better be sooner than later. >> ben's got to have a better new year's resolution than that. >> i like it. that and eat more broccoli. >> he's laughing because it's the truth. >> thank you, nicole. >> i have to think of the new year's resolution
in police custody. ben and harry cleary were found 250 miles from an atlanta area home after a tipster saw it here on cnn. they were on a planned trip with their dad but did not return when expected. he'll be charged with felony interference with custody. >>> a tragic scene in california where three people were killed in a small plane crash near san diego. faa official says the plane crashed under unknown circumstances. it was heading to phoenix. an investigation is under way. >>> to massachusetts now, where a snowstorm is pounding the state. boston could see up to eight inches of snow today. the city's mayor has already declared a snow already. a top priority there is getting the roads cleared for public safety. freezing temperatures are in the forecast there for this week. >>> their neighbors to the south in rhode island, also breaking out the shovels this morning. look at this video. about a foot of snow has already fallen in some parts of the state. >>> it's the site of the worst oil spill in u.s. history. now, more than two years later we're getting an upclose look at the wreckage. th
, but what about our favorite, steve moore here, what do you think? is 2013 going to turn the corner like ben bernanke and others are saying? >> i never like to bet against the american economy and there are so many spirits. and we haven't had a real recovery in four years. you get the feeling that the economy is ready to pop, but the countervailing argument everything washington is doing expansion. and i entirely agree with your previous conversation that energy and technology are just drivers of high powered growth, but the countervailing force i think follows the higher tax rates coming in 2013 and some of the regulations and obamacare are holding back business's willingness to expand and hire more workers. >> paul: not just the regulatory wave on health care, there's huge with dodd frank reform and huge pentup regulatory wave hit on energy. all kinds of rules hitting utilities and energy company. so who wins? washington or the private economy? >> well, i think, actually if you look at a couple of indicators, it's not good for at least the first half of 2013. one is business investment. bu
from 11:00 until 12:30. it will be featuring performances from pat ben gnaw tar and sara brightman and the cast from the tony award-winning musical "million dollar quartet." i will be out there with the millions of revelers out packed in time square as well. i will be reporting alongside some of the other fox newschannel person naments. -- personalities. >> excellent. i can't wait to see you guys out there. i will be watching at home in arizona with my whole family. go anna. >> bundle up, right? it will be cold. >> good to see you. >>> millions of americans are out of work. but good news, there is a place hiring big time. the money is pretty good too, but there is a catch. questions? anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yeah. one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. approved! [ female announcer ] live the regular life. phillips'. [heart beating] [heartbeat continues] [heartbeat, music playing louder] ♪ i'm feeling better since you know me... ♪ announcer: this song
? is 2013 going to turn the corner in a better direction like ben better -- bernanke and the other head chairs are saying? >> we haven't had a real recovery in four years. we really haven't. you just get the feeling that the economy is ready to pop. the argument though is everything washington is doing is holding back this expansion. that'sou the frustration investors and businesses feel. on the positive side you have the energy -- i highly agree with your conversation that technology are just drivers ofy high how perked -- high powered growth. but the force are the higher tax rates that are coming in 2013 and some of the regulation s in sew bough ma care are holding back -- in obamacare are holding back the willingness to expand and hire morene workers. >> and there is going to be a huge regulatory wave to finish out the dodd frank financial reform. there is a hugee, pinned up wave on energy. all kinds of rules hitting utilities and energy companies. so who wins? washington orng the private economy? e >> i think actually if you look at ate couple of indicators it is not good for at le
there is congressman ben quayle the son of the former vice president. and he lost his race in arizona but is now chairing this debate in the 112th congress. the debate on the rule. it continues before we get to the debate and the vote on the senate bill. as we talk about and look at live at the house floor we will cover all of the action here on fox news channel. bring in our panel tonight. steve hayes, senior writer for the weekly standard. a.b. stoddard associate editor of the hill and charles krauthammer. looks like it could be a long evening here. the bottom line is it looks like republicans going to hein up behind this fiscal cliff legislation. >> i think at the end of the long road or at the bottom of the cliff but we are now being returned to the top because nothing really happens until the markets open tomorrow. and this will be done before the markets open. and this will pass. and that means that everything drastic that would have happened automatically, the hike in tax rates, income tax rates for everybody, the alternative minimum tax, all of these things which have taken a huge bite o
. the well bells of big ben rang loudly. lit up the river thames over a wide area you can see just spectacular, cost australia $7 million to pull off this display. that is billed as the world's most expensive z take a look at this light show in dubai. seeing it, just watching it costs $4300. and an amazing scene now in new york time square. a million people expected to watch the ball drop. new year arrives there in about two and a half hours from now. very exciting. now, you can bring in the new year with abc. there will be a special celebration of dick clark's live, atd 10:00 there is a a program with ryan seacrest, then at 11:00 preparations and celebrations on abc 7 news, then at 11:30 going back to new york with so a big night here on abc 7. celebrating new year's. >> we have you covered. >> still to come on abc 7 news at 6:00 a deal may be20t at had to avoid making the country go over the fiscal cliff. washington now. >> new details on secretary of state clinton's condition and where her blood clot is located. >> and later on in sports, four coaches given the axe four coaches
they are going out trying to find a relief for whatever pressures they have. >> i know a few. >> ben smith said he has friends who have had to pay the price for a dui arrest. >> it's expensive. i'm hearing different numbers. last time that i had a buddy, like $6,000 or something like that. i've heard $10,000. >> businesses like the pier 15 restaurant and bar say they will call a cab or drive a customer home themselves. they say it's worth it for both patron and customer. >> that's why we have returning customers all the time because we do care about our customers. >> they are offering water in between drinks and saying do you have a ride home? >> and this through years eve, jessica said she's avoiding the drive all together. >> on new year's eve we are going to a house party and we are all sleeping, spending the night there. >> a local law firm will provide free cab service in san francisco on new year's eve and bart will provide extended service until 3:00 a.m. reporting in san rafael, allen wong, abc7 news. >> lots of resources out there. new this morning, same sex marriages are now legal in
. ben lomond is where many of the sandbags were needed you can see water build-up in the main part of town. people there are used to getting soakedwú÷x our crew got stuck in the mud while shooting these scenes. >> rain means lots of snow in the mountains. that means a tough time getting around.,k=f >> reporter: as long in some cases as up to two hours to get to chain control at 3500 feet. >> probably at least over an hour of sitting in traffic trying to get through this mess now waiting to get chains on to get all thehw way up there the.rnr >> reporter: it is worth it for christmas. >> it is. >> reporter: lauren and her dad on a long journey to go-ing in colorado. >> [ unintelligible ] >> reporter: joe the chain guy usually a man of few words, seems to notice a difference tonight. >> people more nice today than they are. >> reporter: you are helping them out on an important day. >> it is important to a lot of people. >> reporter: everyone needed all the holiday cheer they could come up with traffic crawling only a few feet at a time instead i snow. in nyack, they are enjoying ev
. >> ben smith said he has friends who have had to pay the price for a dui arrest. >> it's expensive. i'm hearing different numbers. last time that i had a buddy, like $6,000 or something like that. i've heard $10,000. >> businesses, like the pier 15 restaurant and bar, say they will call a cab or drive a customer home themselves. they say it's worth it for both patron and customer. >> that's why we have returning customers all the time because we do care about our customers. >> they are offering water in between drinks and saying do you have a ride home? >> and this new years eve, jessica said she's avoiding the drive all together. >> on new year's eve we are going to a house party and we are all sleeping, spending the night there. >> a local law firm will provide free cab service in san francisco on new year's eve and bart will provide extended service until 3:00 a.m. reporting in san rafael, allen wong, abc7 news. new this morning, same sex marriages are now legal in the state of maine. [applause] >> several city halls opened at 12:01 a.m. to issue the marriage licenses. the portland
wedding ring while putting on snow chains along interstate 80, we have good news for you. douglas ben debtee found the ring. after the man and his wife left, that chain installer went looking for the lost jewelry along the quarter smile stretch where it was said to have slipped off. >> he wasn't wearing good clothing and he was using the light on his cell phone to look for it. i saw it, it was perfectly round and i knew i had the right ring. >> he says all he wants to do is get that ring back to the person who lost it, so that that person can pay the good deed forward to someone else. >> i have a feeling he's going to turn up. >> we need to see them and that ring eunite. >> if you're -- ring reunite. >>> definitely cold up there and they're putting chains up on 50 and 806789 it's cold and wet and we have more rain coming our way. not tomorrow, though. we go outside, live storm tracker do shows the sweeps going. this is shows where -- where you have snow, where you have ice, where you have rain and obviously you see the snow up in this area. this is more of an icy, slushy mix here. if
sliding just to our south. on the temperatures we are at 45 degrees and anacostia and benning, average now is 44 degrees. so despite the clouds, some seasonable conditions today. cooler spots currently bethesda, colesville, 39 degrees. a look at your good night forecast. cool one as we drop 35 to 38 by 11:00 p.m. and wait until you see how cold tomorrow is looking. i will have that forecast coming up in just about ten minutes. >>> memorials are growing in honor of an officer killed in the line of duty. officer chris young died after colliding with a van yesterday in bristow yesterday afternoon. he served in the marine corps and spent seven years on the force in prince william county. we are going to have a look at how young is being remembered in the community that he served. >>> tonight police investigating an attack on a metro bus. officials say a woman was stabbed in the chest around 2:15 in the morning in anacostia. metro official space the suspect got off the bus and ran away. police are now reviewing security tapes from the bus to try to identify the person responsible. >>> worshiper
-called fiscal cliff was coined by ben bernanke. the story from "roll call." "it could be reached over this weekend." were heard from the house rules committee chairman yesterday. they are taking steps in advance to extend these tax cuts. a deal could be on the floor today if there is an agreement. from "the washington times" this morning. "offers fly, but still no agreement" is the headline. mitch mcconnell bypassed senator reid to speak directly to the vice president. host: mark is joining us. your thoughts from manassas, a virginia. caller: good morning. thank you for c-span. we voters know this country has a lot of issues going forward. if they can take a bite out of these difficult issues one at a time, how will they make sure this country is put on a better footing? this is item number one in a list of hundredsd. -- in a list of hundreds. they are not willing to raise any taxes. just rolling back some of the bush-era tax cuts. when you're having issues, you have to make tough choices. host: thank you for the call. the damage may be done. some of the comments yesterday. [video cli
gross excesses' remained out of sight. until some believe their own rhetoric -- read ben bernanke -- about moderation. but when the global minotaur was mortally wounded, it left the global economy in disarray. it has put the world in permanent crisis. the minotaur was slain by a brave warrior named theseus. its death ushered a new era of tragedy, history, philosophy. our very own global minotaur died as the victim of wall street bankers. what will its demise bring? should be hope for a new era in which wealth does not require poverty? will be develop a system where no longer will abstract power waned while others get stronger? the global minotaur will be remembered as a remarkable piece to whose rain created and destroyed the aleutian -- the illusion that the global economy was stable. [applause] right. questions? i think i am going to moderate myself. ok, you have to line up. this is the way you do it here, isn't it? >> that is a brilliant vision of where we have been. can you elaborate a little bit more on where you see us going? >> very briefly, i think that we are in a state o
of individual americans. and we all remember the wonderful comment by ben franklin -- i will paraphrase it -- but essentially ben franklin said that if you give up your liberty to have security, you really don't deserve either. and so we owe it to the hardworking men and women in the intelligence community to work closely with them to find that kind of balance that ben franklin was talking about, and we can help them do it by conducting robust oversight, roy bust oversight -- robust oversight over the work that's being done there so that members of the public can have confidence in the important work being done by the men and women in the intelligence community and confidence that, as we protect our security at a dangerous time, we are also protecting the individual liberties of our people. now, mr. president, the story with respect to this debate really begins in early america when the colonists were famously subjected to a lot of taxes by the british government. the american colonists thought thathat this was unfair because they were not represented in the british parliament, and they
this week and there were a few issues raised by support. number one is the religion has totally for ben for gay people to get married. second of all we have others who did mention earlier about equal opportunity that every person has the right to get married regardless of whether they are male or female. the last plane like to make it say what this young person who can say to to me they shouldn't have been voted for the make your mark ballot. instead it should have been young people and the police, which is by far more important. thank you. [applause] >> and i'm not just to say because they see a small number of people standing up who have spoken before and i welcome your csm, but in fairness to people who haven't had a chance to speak, i need to be looking for those who have not spoken before the debate. the woman in the back row. yes, it is you. >> i am representing. it is love, care and dedication between two people. if those two people know they love each other, is it unfair to say they need to have it written on paper and writing on paper for his love more important. there are othe
recently had with nebraska democratic senator ben nelson. he served two terms and was part of the so-called gang of 14. that is at 8:00 p.m. eastern here on c-span. here is a brief look. >> what is your thought about the art of compromise and how much it is now viewed in this city? >> well, you know, is valued to talk about it. everybody back home want people to come back to washington and work together. and then they send people back here who have committed not to work together. that makes it very difficult. if you have in the senate in block of individuals who will not compromise and think of compromise as a for that -- as a four-letter word, which is not, then it becomes difficult to merge ideas and find compromises and accommodations in process or implementation as opposed to your principles. no one is asked to compromise his or her principles when you are talking about compromise. maybe how you go about doing something, not exactly eliminating your view about one thing or another. i think the word compromise is over used, underutilized and misunderstood by an awful lot of people
. we spoke with ben nelson. that is followed by a jerry lewis -- by jerry lewis. senator ben nelson is retiring fr the senate aft 12 yea he spoke to us about why he thinks compromise in the senate is not a four-letter word. this is 40 minutes. >> thank you for spending a half-hour with us to talk about your 12 years in washington. it ended with the reelection of barack obama. if you could think of adjectives, what would they be to describe these seven years? >> interesting. challenging. sometimes totally frustrating. full of opportunities for the country. there were good times during these 12 years, laced together with some that were not so good. 9/11. the anthrax scare. there were also positive things. the election of barack obama i thought was a very positive statement for the country and moving forward in a way out of a fiscal of this. abyss.thi i could not have imagined a better time to have been here with all of the things that have happened. >> let me ask you to look back over those 12 years and ask what the high point was. >> when we could work together. maybe the single even
skinny" ben affleck not running for u.s. senate. everyone was talking about this, is he going to take over for senator john kerry, now that he's up for bids on the secretary of state position with hillary clinton leaving. nope, he's not. he went to facebook and said he's not interested and will not be running for public office but will continue to work with the eastern congo initiative, which is something he's been talking about a lot politically. he's been very political. but it's interesting to see the celebrities getting into politics. >> sorry, i'm just googling that video we were talking about. >> we're going to go to break. remember to come back after the break. we'll be right back. . [ nyquil bottle ] hey tylenol, you know we're kinda like twins. [ tylenol bottle ] we are? yeah we both relieve coughs, sneezing, aches, fevers. and i relieve nasal congestion. overachiever. [ female announcer ] tylenol® cold multi-symptom nighttime relieves nasal congestion. nyquil® cold and flu doesn't. i get congested. but now, with zyrtec-d®, i have the proven allergy relief of zyrtec®, plu
, but every day we had this not in our stomach and would like to get over it. we heard ben shapiro speak to us and he said we've got to go after the media. it's time for him. he's got that forum, but what can we be sitting here and going home to her normal lives? >> well, who's to stop you from mocking them wherever you want to go? i'm lucky i can say whatever i want. you can tell me what to say. recently that's it people do if they find me and say you have to say this. sometimes i actually say it. but the whole thing is to keep good humor and know that you're right. you always have to know that you're right and not be shaken. [applause] >> we've got time for tumor questions. >> i was wondering if you could tell people like myself who has been a leading liberal within 100 miles of him how you possibly influence those people. >> basically the only way -- it sounds kind of erika, but aoa clec i never felt left and right with a horizontal relationship. i whistle it was vertical, that you start your end of that. it's not original idea. the old line is what is a conservative? a liberal who's been m
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